Insights June 11th, 2020
Top Futurist Speaker Nikolas Badminton is one of the most sought after futurists in the world by trillion-dollar companies, progressive governments, and 200+ billion dollar investment funds. Nikolas works with these leaders to help them shift their mindset from what is to ‘WHAT IF..?’ and into brighter futures.
In doing so he has given some incredible keynotes and we wanted to highlight 4 here for you. If you like these then do reach out to Nikolas.
1. TBM Conference – ‘The Power of Insights’
On the 5th November, 2019 Nikolas Badminton spoke to the 2000+ attendees at Apptio’s Technical Business Management (TBM) Conference in Las Vegas. Here he talks about the value of data today and how it underpins our understand the potential of the future.
2. United Way – ‘Our Brave New World’
Nikolas spoke to 1800+ delegates at United Way Worldwide inspirational Community Leadership and Impact Conference event. He talks about the age of acceleration, exponential technologies and our need for deep empathy in creating the new world so no-one is left behind.
3. Google – ‘The future of children, technology, and privacy’
Nikolas talks about how platforms, devices, and algorithms have hijacked the family. And, what choices we have to protect our privacy. Nikolas was invited to give his keynote was by 3Q and Google at their 3Questions Partner Summit at Google in Mountain View, CA. Essential viewing.
4. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change – Resilience Frontiers Opening Keynote
The United Nations Climate Change secretariat invited Nikolas Badminton to be the opening keynote at the Resilience Frontiers conference Songdo, South Korea – see more at resiliencefrontiers.org.
Over 100 people spent 5 days imagining solutions to create a resilient future from 2030 and beyond with the inevitability of climate change. Here is Nikolas’ opening keynote setting the tone for the design activities and big thinking for the attendees imagining what resilience in 2030 and beyond.
You can see the talk article here at ‘Creating Resilience to Climate Change’.
Also, take a look at some of Nikolas’ most recent and essential insights: